Category: Advice

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Prioritizing Self-Care in Healthcare 

Prioritizing Self-Care in Healthcare 

Physicians and other healthcare professionals are trained to care for others. It’s what we do. In dedicating our lives to caring for others, self- [...]
How Can I Earn CME Credits?

How Can I Earn CME Credits?

Completing your CME requirements does not have to be stressful or time consuming. No matter how many hours you are due to complete this year, ther [...]
Tips for Success in Nursing Clinicals 

Tips for Success in Nursing Clinicals 

If you’re like most nursing students, your clinical experiences will be either the best or worse (or potentially both) part of nursing school. The [...]
Dental Jobs Outside of Clinical Practice

Dental Jobs Outside of Clinical Practice

There are numerous career opportunities available to recent dental school grads. Many dentists opt for a traditional clinical practice route and g [...]
5 Tips to Surviving Relationships in Residency

5 Tips to Surviving Relationships in Residency

You've worked hard throughout medical school, nailed your interview, and matched into the perfect residency program. Congratulations! But as you embar [...]
Study Tips for Medical School and Beyond

Study Tips for Medical School and Beyond

Studying for your calculus exam or the MCAT is a very different experience than studying for your medical school exams, Shelf exams, and Steps. Th [...]
Time Management and Staying Sane in Residency

Time Management and Staying Sane in Residency

5:00 a.m. wake up. Commute. Admission. Two cups of coffee. Discharge before noon. Skipped lunch. Rapid response. Another admission. Another coffee [...]
7 Must-Read Pieces of Advice for PA School 

7 Must-Read Pieces of Advice for PA School 

PA school is just one step on the long journey on the road to becoming a Physician Assistant. How can you master learning while also juggling your [...]
Discussing Non-Traditional Traits When Applying to Medical School

Discussing Non-Traditional Traits When Applying to Medical School

When we apply to medical school, in addition to touting our science GPAs and MCAT scores, we often discuss our “extracurriculars” with flowery lan [...]
22 Best Medical Podcasts to Subscribe to in 2022

22 Best Medical Podcasts to Subscribe to in 2022

Whether you are an aspiring physician or experienced in your specialty, we have no doubt that you are passionate about the medical industry. You k [...]
Applying to NP School: What You Need to Know

Applying to NP School: What You Need to Know

Now is the perfect time to advance your nursing degree and become a nurse practitioner. This profession is projected to grow 30% by the year 2030, [...]
The Fine Art of Calling a Consult

The Fine Art of Calling a Consult

You are just about to wrap up rounds, your feet hurt, your to-do list is longer than your CVS receipt and your N-95 has kept you from getting in t [...]
Tips for Shadowing a Nurse Practitioner

Tips for Shadowing a Nurse Practitioner

What is one of the best ways to decide if becoming a nurse practitioner (NP) is right for you? Shadow the role! Shadowing a nurse practitioner giv [...]
Calling New Interns: Tips For Surviving Your Intern Year

Calling New Interns: Tips For Surviving Your Intern Year

For a lot of people, July is the start of summer, complete with fireworks, pool time, barbecues, and days at the beach. But for the latest class o [...]
Tips for Working as a Nurse While Pregnant

Tips for Working as a Nurse While Pregnant

Working as a nurse while pregnant is a wake-up call for many registered nurses and advanced practice nurses. Often, after years of being able to p [...]
Mental Illness Among Physicians: Do I Have to Report My Illness?

Mental Illness Among Physicians: Do I Have to Report My Illness?

While the stigma surrounding mental illness is being reduced in many ways, many remain afraid to report their own mental illness honestly. Fear of [...]
Celebrating National Pharmacist Day

Celebrating National Pharmacist Day

January 12 is National Pharmacist Day, when we recognize the contribution that pharmacists have made--and continue to make--to patient care and ou [...]
Self-Care Tips for Healthcare Workers During COVID-19

Self-Care Tips for Healthcare Workers During COVID-19

A July 2020 Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that 53% of Americans have suffered some mental health issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ho [...]
How I Chose Internal Medicine for My Residency Specialty

How I Chose Internal Medicine for My Residency Specialty

The further you get into your medical school journey, the higher the pressure gets for you to decide what specialty best fits you as an individual [...]
Implicit Bias and Microaggressions in Medicine

Implicit Bias and Microaggressions in Medicine

Though they practice in different cities and clinical areas, Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford and Dr. Tamika Cross have four things in common. First, amon [...]
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